This is your chance to get involved with the 40th anniversary of British Triathlon and win one of five Wahoo ELMNT Rival watches on the Swim Bike Run app.
From 12 December to 8 January through the Swim Bike Run app, when you complete 10,000 steps on four days from any Monday - Sunday period, you will be in with a chance of winning one of five Wahoo ELMNT Rival watches.
Having celebrated its 40th anniversary on Sunday 11 December, the next four weeks will see British Triathlon provide the opportunity to celebrate and win with them through the Swim Bike Run app.
The app, which provides users with characters to find and challenges to complete, is available to download and promotes users to get active on a regular basis.
The 40th anniversary challenge is a special edition on the app, with participants required to complete 10,000 steps on four days in a Monday-Sunday period from Monday 12 December to Sunday 8 January.
The four-week period provides four opportunities for participants to complete the challenge, with everyone who achieves the target eligible to be entered into the draw to win one of five Wahoo ELMNT Rival watches.
As well as being entered into the draw, successful participants will also unlock the character ‘Jump’ on the app, with other characters available to be found and prizes to be won through the app when out and about.
To take part in the challenge, simply download the app from the Apple App Store and navigate to ‘Your Collection’ within the app. Under ‘Your Offers’, select the 40th Anniversary Challenge ‘A chance to win a ELEMNT Rival GPS Watch’ and make sure that you enable access to the fitness tracking app on your phone. Once you’ve achieved the challenge, you’ll be able to click ‘Claim’ to be entered into the prize draw.This is your chance to get involved with the 40th anniversary of British Triathlon and win one of five Wahoo ELMNT Rival watches on the Swim Bike Run app. If you have any queries about the app, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Missed the 40th anniversary celebrations? Read the article and watch the video on the links below.